EDC stands for “every day carry”. In this case, it’s a brass keyring with a collection of handy little tools to help keep your bike going strong: hex keys, pry bars, even a brass compass. Not the best tools for hardcore cyclists in our opinion, but the basics are here for most people.
Garmin has been working on creating a better bike computer and the Edge 1000 is it. The Edge has built-in wi-fi, it’s weatherproof, glove compatible, and features a backlit 3-inch touchscreen. It’s also designed for easy connection to all your ANT+ sensors.
Instead of simply playing basketball, Wilson’s new smart b-ball will turn your time on the court into a data stream. The app-enabled ball tracks running distance, speed, heat maps, shooting accuracy, automated shot recognition and shot distances. Available Winter 2014.
Fat tire bikes are like bluetooth speakers these days: a new one comes out everyday and it’s kind of impossible to know which ones don’t suck. That’s why you’re here. The Rungu Fat Tire trike is made for riding in sand and snow, terrain that makes tough-going for even the fattest of tires. The idea here is that two 4.7-inch wide tires up front keeps you from tipping over. Which is a feature that will make it a good bar cruiser, too.
The Huntington Baseball Co. makes classic baseball equipment. Their Burley Bat No. 5 is handmade from kiln-dried Northern White Ash and weighs in at 2.5lbs. For home-runs or self-defense, nothing beats the “crack” of a real wood bat.
Doctors have used electrical muscle stimulation in physical therapy for ages to help bring injured & atrophied muscles back to life. SmartMio is now bringing this treatment to the public to help users engage their muscles during workouts and make it all trackable by Android & iOS. When your desired muscle group is trying to rest during you workout, they get zapped by electrodes, reminding you to “engage.”
The Apollo pant from L.A-based cycling clothier Lunis is made with a blend of nylon, polyester and elastane, offering the technical performance of adventure gear but with tailored styling that transitions easily from the bike lane to the morning meeting.
Adidas with a footwear first: the limited edition Samba Primeknit soccer shoe is knitted from a single piece of yarn; a construction said to yield a “second-skin” fit. It is also more flexible while retaining the strength needed for playing serious fútbol. Available March 17th.
Electric bikes are everywhere but this new one with fat tires will take effortless biking off-road. This 60-pound electric-assisted beast from Surface 604 Bikes has 4-inch wide tires that’ll sling mud for 20 miles on a charge and hit speeds of 20MPH.